New Forests publishes original papers on fundamental and applied aspects of afforestation and reforestation for an international audience of scientists and practitioners. Articles discuss reproduction of trees and forests originating from seed, seedlings or coppice for resource protection, timber production, and agro-forestry. Coverage includes natural and artificial methods of regeneration and all stand structures from even-aged to uneven-aged. Topics include silviculture, plant physiology, genetics, biotechnology, ecology, economics, protection, and management of all stages of afforestation and reforestation. Research papers and reviews are reviewed by a coordinating editor and two reviewers. Research reports, book reviews and announcements are reviewed by the Editor-in-Chief and, if necessary, one other reviewer. The Editor-in-Chief is Douglass F. Jacobs, Purdue University, USA.
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Merging applied gene conservation activities with advanced generation breeding initiatives: a case study of Pinus radiata D. Don
Washington J. Gapare (November 2013)
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